Households have been warned to expect to feel the pinch of price rises on the shelves after inflation hit a two-and-a-half year high.
The number of Americans who smoke cigarettes is at an all-time low. According to the most recent US government statistics, just 15 per cent of US adults smoked in 2015, compared to 21 per cent a decade earlier.
Theresa May has promised to take Britain out of the EU single market and pledged instead to seek a “bold and ambitious” trade agreement with the bloc.
Currency market action grabbed the headlines as sterling enjoyed its best day against the dollar in years after Theresa May, UK prime minister, offered some much-needed clarity about the country's future relationship with the EU.
It seems the FTSE 100 has forgotten how to decline in 2017, hitting a record number of consecutive daily gains and all-time high after all-time high.